Day 114: Conversations with Prey

The most skilled predators often develop a very close relationship with their prey.

This time-honored strategy helps to really “get inside the head” of their prey, understand their evasion strategies, and ultimately best them at their own game.

As well, it can be fun to meet new beings….and then enjoy a tasty lunch (um) together!

Well, hello there! How are you today? My name is Pearl. I'm a parrot. I'm feeling very hungry.
Well, hello there! How are you today? My name is Pearl. I’m a parrot. I’m feeling very hungry.
What's that you say? Your name is "sunflower seed?" And yours is "millet seed?" You must all be related - from the "seed" family I'm guessing.
What’s that you say? Your name is “sunflower seed?” And yours is “millet seed?” You must all be related – from the “seed” family I’m guessing.
Very nice to meet all of you too!
Very nice to meet all of you too!
So what are you all doing for lunch today?
So what are you all doing for lunch today?
You don't have any plans? Me neither!
You don’t have any plans? Me neither!
Or at least I didn't until now....
Or at least I didn’t until now….

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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